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For the Fall, under the guidance of State and County officials, and placing health and safety first, NCC will provide the majority of courses that can be instructed remotely or online in this format. Courses that have critical components and require face-to-face instruction, including classes with lab components that cannot easily be replicated remotely, will be instructed on-campus in a face-to-face format following appropriate health and safety guidelines and procedures to maintain the safety of the NCC community.

Learn more about the College's Fall plan

Fall Registration Information

Fall 2020 Dates - Register Early
Fall 2020 Start Date End Date
Day and Online Education Classes 9.1.20 12.21.20
Evening classes 9.1.20 12.21.20
Weekend Classes 9.4.20 12.19.20
Drop/Add Day, Evening, Distance Education & Weekend College (online) 9.1.20 Online until 9.7.20 at 11:59pm

Registration for Currently Enrolled, Continuing & Returning Degree-Seeking students enrolled in Spring 2020 or after Review Credit Priority Chart below Online until 9.7.20 at 11:59pm
Registration for NEW Degree Seeking Students 5.21.20 Online until 9.7.20 at 11:59pm
Registration for all Non-degree and visiting students 5.28.20 Online until 9.7.20 at 11:59pm

When can you register for classes?

CONTINUING DEGREE-SEEKING Students (Matriculated)- See table

Students who attended Fall 2019 or after may register for Fall 2020, based on the priority registration table below.  

RETURNING DEGREE-SEEKING (Matriculated) Students

Are those who ATTENDED NCC prior to Fall 2019 and HAVE NOT attended another institution since their last attendance at NCC.  They may apply online and once accepted, may register based on priority registration table below.

If you have attended another college or university since leaving NCC, you are required to apply online and submit official transcripts from any institutions that you have attended to the Office of Admissions, by the Admission Completion Deadlines*.

NEW FRESHMEN or  NEW TRANSFER Students (Degree Seeking)

May apply online. All documentation must be submitted by the Admission Completion Deadlines* including application fee and immunization documents. Degree-Seeking students are emailed any required placement testing and advisement/registration information upon completion of admission process. ALL new registrations must be completed BEFORE the semester begins. 

New degree-seeking students are eligible to register beginning May 21st. Information about the advisement/registration process will be sent to your personal email and to your NCC Student email account. Please continue to check your email regularly for updates.


Are those students who are not enrolled at another college or university and wish to take courses for personal enrichment, professional growth or meet requirements to apply to another college without becoming degree-seeking (matriculated) at NCC. 

Non-Degree Students are eligible to enroll for the Fall 2020 Semester beginning on May 28, 2020 at 8am.

If you have never attended NCC or attended prior to Fall 2019, you must submit an application online. You must submit proof of either high school graduation and/or completion of a college degree to complete the application process.


Are those students currently attending another University/College. If you have never attended NCC or attended prior to Fall 2019, Apply online. All students must submit proof of enrollment at your Home Institution by submitting either NCC's Visiting Student Home Institution Approval Form signed by your school, or your home school permission form, or enrollment verification by the National Student Clearinghouse.  The NCC Visiting Student Home Institution Approval Form

Visiting Students are eligible to enroll for the Fall 2020 Semester beginning on May 28, 2020 at 8am.

If, you have attended NCC in Fall 2019, FAX 516.572.9975 to the Registrar's Office proof of enrollment with you NCC-ID number. 


Are those that have not graduated and currently attending high school. If you need a course(s) in order to graduate, or want to take a class in the Fall through our High School Enrichment option must complete the paper format Application for Admission for High School Students available at the Office of Admissions. After completing the application, you must submit it to your high school guidance counselor who has to approve and sign the bottom of the form.  A high school transcript must be attached.  Include SAT/ACT scores, if possible.  Please note high enrichment students are not allowed to apply or register online.

* The College reserves the right to close admission early.

See the Academic Calendar for complete information

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